"Hill Family Trees Webring"
When I first began my genealogical research into my HILL Family, I
noticed right away that I had my work cut out for me. HILL is an
extremely common name!
Fortunately, I had quite a bit of help
from some really great people.
After I built my own HILL genealogy website,
I began looking for webrings to unite
my site with others like it and was surprised and disappointed to find no
HILL surname webring.
Therefore, in an effort to help other HILL
researchers as some have helped me, I created this webring to bring together
everyone searching for their HILL ancestors.
Webrings are a great way of linking sites with similar subjects and content. Webrings then enable visitors to "surf" through all of these similar sites with a simple click of the mouse. Joining a surname specific webring can bring your site many more hits from people searching for the same surname you're researching, in this case, the name HILL. This can lead to many connections you've been looking for, clues to your "brick walls," and the discovery of new "cousins." The Hill family Trees Webring can become an Internet wide forum for HILL researchers to find their roots. Won't you help me make this ring one the largest surname specific rings on the Internet?
The rules for acceptance into this webring are few and simple:
That's it! I have high hopes for this webring, as I have seen MANY great HILL
family websites out there, and I hope all of them join this ring. Use the link below to submit your request to join.
- You must have a genealogy or history website providing information about
the surname HILL.
- The information must be involved, not just links, and there must be
sources of some sort. The more information the better, such as deeds,
- HILL must be one the main surnames on your site, not just one among a list of twenty or thirty.
I should be able to find your HILLS quickly, not having to search through lots of pages.
- It goes without saying that your site must be suitable for EVERYONE.
- You must submit the address of the actual page the webring code will go on.
I have a thing about having to search for the navigational bar after I get there.
When you submit your site to join the ring, you will receive an e-mail with the proper html code to add to your site. If you are not HTML Savvy, Please don't hesitate to E-Mail me and I will help you all I can. If you have AOL, the code in your e-mail message WILL NOT WORK, and you will have to grab the code from the ringsurf site and copy and paste it to your website (if this applies to you and you don't understand, drop me a line and I will talk you through it, it's very easy). Please do not link to my images, right-click on them and save them to your own hard-drive, then upload them to
your server. Thanks for joining!
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